The poster is a promising mechanism for inclusive scholarship. Inclusive scholarship provides direct opportunities for inclusion and representation. Community partner and youth participants in an urban gardening program were engaged in program-related scholarship via involvement in creation of a poster and its presentation at a community engagement conference. This article explains how including partners and youths as coauthors and copresenters helped Extension professionals reach a wider audience while deepening relationships, empowering youth participants, and improving data quality.
Wilkinson, D. L., & Carroll, J. B. (2019). Inclusive Scholarship: Extension Program Participants as Poster Coauthors. The Journal of Extension, 57(3), Article 12. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol57/iss3/12